BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Late last year, Vacation co-director John Francis Daley revealed to the world that he would be using his directorial debut to reunite with his former Freaks and Geeks co-stars Martin Starr and Samm Levine. Sadly, it turns out that the trio actually wound up being cut.
Inspired by the forthcoming release of Entourage, we’ve picked out 10 television shows – some off the air for years, some still airing – that we believe would benefit from a break from the episodic format and should have the opportunity to be turned into movies. What are our choices? Read on to find out!
One look at the body of work of Judd Apatow, which expands this summer with Trainwreck starring Amy Schumer, shows a series of films showcasing an underlying theme of characters floating in the ether of uncertainty. However, in searching for a new direction, Apatow’s upcoming script will take his raucous repertoire into drastically new territory: the Iraq War!
Back in 1999, John Francis Daley, Martin Starr and Samm Levine teamed up to become one of the greatest nerd trios in the history of the television medium when they starred together on the short-lived but beloved series Freaks & Geeks. Fifteen years later, it looks like the band is coming back together - but they're doing so in a rather unexpected way.
Are you still pissed off about Freaks And Geeks get cancelled all the way back in 2000? I am, and let the record show Judd Apatow is too. In fact, the popular director and super producer still carries so much anger from the critically acclaimed show getting axed by NBC that it drives him to keep accomplishing more and more.
Caplan plays Jolene Gillis, a line-dancing country music fanatic who finds an iPod stuffed with country music staples. Convinced that the owner is her soul mate, Jolene sets out to find him … much to the chagrin of her current boyfriend. Rance (Ron Livingston). Her journey somehow finds room for a dominatrix...
Oh God. Sometimes you just saunter along thinking all is well and then you have Katey Rich on the Blendcast and her appearance makes you realize just how far you have left to go as a broadcast journalist